Monthly Archives: May 2015
Congratulations to Dr. Seyyed Hani Moussavi Nik. Hani has completed his PhD. His thesis is entitled “Analysing the biological function of PS2V: an aberrant splicing phenomenon or evolutionarily conserved mechanism in Alzheimer’s Disease?”
The 11th Australian Peptide Conference will be held from the 25th-30th of October 2015 at the Peppers Salt Resort and Spain Kingscliff, NSW. There will be a Proteomics/Omics Symposium on the 25th as part of the conference. Please find information about the conference and the Proteomics/Omics Symposium flyer.
Thank you to everyone who came, donated and partook in some baked goods at the School of Biological Sciences Biggest Morning Tea. It was a great spread and was good to see so many people there. With your help, we raised over $200 to go towards the Cancer Council for much needed funds for research […]
Issue 13 of e-Science out now! In the new and exciting issue of e-Science, discover: The technology allowing us to watch ultra-fast chemical reactions South Australia’s secretive southern hairy-nosed wombat and the fight to protect it How history is reshaping our view of today’s oyster reefs Bush fire’s silent side effect on wine production Download […]